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sindhara 02-22-2010 09:47 PM

Wireless Dongle ?
Neigbours son has a prob with his wireless kit(why anyone would want wireless when a good stout copper cable is infinitely more reliable defeats me though)
Anyway he brings machine to the Towers and seeks one's help after much fannying about deleting and reloading drivers and such one got the bloody thing to work,worked ok after switch off and reboot but if I removed the dongle plugged into usb socket then rebooted, then reinsert same it asks g for the driver disk and reloads the driver,surely it the stupid thing should keep the dongle driver stashed away somewhere on the hard disk?is this normal?

krene 05-18-2011 03:30 AM

A computer without a wireless modem can still receive a wireless Internet connection with the help of a dongle. Wireless dongles are about the size of a pack of gum and plug directly into the computer. They receive any wireless Internet signal within range and allow your computer to gain access. Wireless dongles work on desktops or laptops on either Windows or Mac operating systems.Just plug into any USB port for connection speeds of up to 11Mbps. The USB Dongle features dynamic data rate scaling and intuitive GUI setup software for easy configuration. It supports 64/128-bit WEP wireless data encryption for secure wireless communications. At 3 inches long, its perfect for business travelers and laptop use.

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